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top1 baare; mullagh: I hope to be top of my form - Ta mee treishteil dy bee'm ec mullagh my vrastyl. JJK idiom; baarelagh; (v.) cur baare er; pen

top2 (v.) (as trees) giarrey yn vaare jeh

top3 (v.) (golf) bwoalley baare y vluckan

top4 (n.) (of flower) kione

top5 (n.) (of milk) kay, chiulagh

top6 (n.) (of water) eaghtyr

top7 (n.) (toy) casslag; tapp

Inexact matches:

Dawson's Top (n.) Mullagh Dawson

Dun Top (n.) Mullagh Ouyr

gable top (n.) peek

Green Top (n.) Mullagh Glass

humming top (n.) casslag cronnaneagh

mountain top (n.) braid

open top mullagh foshlit

round top (n.) (the); (yn) chronnag

top boots (npl.) bootsyn ard

top coat1 (n.) cooat fastee, cooat mooar

top coat2 (n.) (paint) brat s'jerree

top dressing (n.) baare-lhiasaghey

top end (n.) kione heose

Top Farm (n.) Balley Birragh

Top Flat (n.) Laare Vullee

top garment (n.) garmad mooie

top gear (n.) ard-ghear

top grain grine mullee

top hat (n.) edd ard

top hole (adj.) ard-haitnyssagh

top honours (npl.) preeu-onnoryn

top job (n.) ard-startey

top note (n.) ard-note

top notes (npl.) noteyn ardey

top price (n.) lane-leagh

top priority (n.) ard-tosheeaght

top rail (n.) maidjey mullee

top rating ard-ghraadaghey

top ribs (npl.) (of beef) baare-asnaghyn

top stair (n.) greeish s'ardjey

top stones (npl.) claghyn king

top storey (n.) laare vullee

top up aahionney; lhieeney gys y veeal

very top eer-vullagh; feer vaare

wave top (n.) baare faarkee

come to the top (v.) cheet gys y vullagh

from top to bottom voish bun gys baare

Top Big Fold (n.) Bwoaillee Vooar Vullee

top corner of net (n.) cleaysh

top of a rock (n.) baare ny creggey

top of her head mullagh e king

top of his head (n.) mullagh e ching

Top of the Field (n.) Mullagh y Vagher

top of the head (n.) claigeen

Top of the Hill (n.) Mullagh y Chrink

Top of the Little Glen (n.) Mullagh y Ghlionnan

Top of the Marsh (n.) Baare Rush

Top of the Old Road (n.) Baare Volley

Top of the Steep Bank (n.) Mullagh y Reurey

Top River Bank (n.) Claddagh Heose

aahionney reinflate, top up

ard-ghear top gear

ard-ghraadaghey top rating

ard-haitnyssagh top hole

ard-note top note

ard-startey top job

ard-tosheeaght top priority

baare-asnaghyn (of beef) top ribs

baare faarkee wave top

baare-lhiasaghey top dressing

Balley Birragh Top Farm

bootsyn ard top boots

brat s'jerree (f.) (paint) top coat

casslag (f.) (toy) top

casslag cronnaneagh (f.) humming top

chiulagh cream; (of milk) top

claghyn king (f.) top stones

cooat fastee top coat

feer vaare very top

garmad mooie top garment

grine mullee top grain

Laare Vullee Top Flat

laare vullee (f.) top storey

lane-leagh top-price, top price

Mullagh Dawson Dawson's Top

Mullagh Glass Green Top

Mullagh Ouyr Dun Top

noteyn ardey top notes

peek (f.) gable top

preeu-onnoryn top honours

tapp (toy) top; (f.) tuft

top-end (n.) kione

top-full (adj.) lane gys y chrossag; lane gys y veeal; lung-lane

top-gear (n.) riggyn eaghtyragh

top-hamper (n.) riggyn eaghtyragh

top-hatted as edd ard er; fo edd ard

top-heavy (adj.) kione-hrome, baare-hrome

top-level (adj.) eaghtyragh

top-notch (adj.) jeh'n vullagh

top-price (n.) lane-leagh

baare-hrome top-heavy

bwoalley baare y vluckan (golf) top

Claddagh Heose Top River Bank

cooat mooar overcoat, top coat

eer-vullagh pinnacle, very top, zenith

fo edd ard top-hatted

giarrey yn vaare jeh (as trees) top

jeh'n vullagh top-notch

kione (=Ir., Sc.G. ceann) pl. king bottom, closing, dyke, extreme, extremity, point, point of argument, poll; head, headland, top, top-end: Lhig da lhie er kione Yoab Bible; close, end, finish, termination: As tra vees dty laghyn ec kione Bible; chief, ringleader, tribune: tou er my reayll dy ve kione ny ashoonyn Bible; (of flower) top; (adv.) (y) apiece; mixed with; leading; (with expressions of time) after, in, within: As ec kione shey laa, ghow Yeesey Peddyr, as Jamys, as Ean e vraar, as hug eh lesh ad er-lheh seose er slieau ard Bible [O.Ir. cend]

kione-hrome top-heavy

maidjey mullee ridgepole, top rail

mullagh foshlit (of bus) outside; open top

riggyn eaghtyragh top-gear, top-hamper

as edd ard er top-hatted

baarelagh refuse of grain, top, topping

baare ny creggey top of a rock

Baare Rush Top of the Marsh

Baare Volley Top of the Old Road

Bwoaillee Vooar Vullee Top Big Fold

claigeen poll, top of the head

greeish s'ardjey (f.) top stair: Yn greeish s'ardjey. DF

lane gys y chrossag top-full

lane gys y veeal brimfull, top-full

lhieeney gys y veeal brim, top up

mullagh e king top of her head

Mullagh y Chrink Top of the Hill

Mullagh y Ghlionnan Top of the Little Glen

Mullagh y Reurey Top of the Steep Bank

Mullagh y Vagher Top of the Field

voish bun gys baare from top to bottom

cheet gys y vullagh crest, culminate, come to the top

cur baare er top; complete: Dy cur baare er y donnys. DF

as as: And to top it all - As myr baare er y chooish. DF idiom; cha, cho; myr; (adv.) nash

church stile keym ny killey; keim ruillickey: Better to wait on top a large wave than a church stile - Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF idiom

form1 brastyl: I hope to be top of my form - Ta mee treishteil dy bee'm ec mullagh my vrastyl. JJK idiom; forme; rheynn; (v.) (y) chummey; croo; kiaddey

hill (n.) cronk: To climb a hill in top - Dy gholl seose cronk 'syn ard ghear. DF idiom; knock; ughtagh

put1 (v.) chur; cur-jee; cur: Put a few shavings on top - Cur paart dy lockerskeeagh er. JJK idiom; hug: Where did you put my letter? - C'raad hug shiu my lettyr? JJK idiom

putting1 (v.) cur: Putting the best apples on top - Cur ny ooyllyn share er yn eaghtyr. DF idiom

seam (n.) junt, whomm, sheeg; seam: now the coat was without now the coat was without seam, woven from the top throughout - nish van cooat ooilley feeit, veih heose dy heese, fegooish seam Bible; co-haah; (v.) juntal, whaaley

stile (n.) keim: Better to wait on top a large wave than a church stile - Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF idiom; keym

baare1 (=Ir. baar.) (f.) pl. bir apex, cap, climax, end, point, summit, tip, top: baare e vair y hummey ayns ushtey Bible; toe; (of wave) crest, curl; interval; ruin; bare; film on milk, surface

braid (=Ir. braigh and braid) (pl -yn) strut; splinter bar; theft; stolen goods; COMPARE Breid upper part, heights, mountain top

chronnag (f.) (yn); (the) round top; pulpit: Haink eh-hene dy ve ny phreachoor Saasilagh as v'eh mie d'ockley magh ass y chronnag ec shirveishyn Gailckagh. Dhoor

cleaysh (=Ir., Sc.G. cluas) (f.) 1 pl. cleayshyn ear a: Eshyn ta cleaysh echey, lhig eh clashtyn Bible; 2 cleat, handle, lug; 3 (of sail) corner; 4 top corner of net; 5 lappet [O.Ir. clúas]

eaghtyr COMPARE iightyr, iyghtyr 1 surface, top, upper-part, uppers a: ren yn arg shiauley er eaghtyr ny ushtaghyn. Bible; 2 (of shoe) vamp; 3 area; 4 overburden, superstructure [OIr. úachtar ]

eaghtyragh shallow, skin-deep, superficial; top-level: Coloayrtyssyn eaghtyragh. DF; superior, upper: Yn Whaiyl Eaghtyragh. DF; pelagic, surface feeding; upland

edd ard opera hat, stovepipe, top hat: dagh fer coamrit ayns lheiney liauyr bane as edd ard er nyn gione neesht. Dhoor

kione heose top end: As hoie'n ree er e stoyl, myr v'eh cliaghtey, ec kione heose y vuird rish y voalley Bible

lung-lane chock-a-block, cram-full, top-full: t'ad er dty lhieeney lung-lane dy hranlaase Bible

mullagh (=Ir. mullach) 1 apex, capital, crest, culmination, eminence, peak, pinnacle, ridge, roofing, summit, top, vertex a: hug eh lesh ad gys mullagh cronk Bible; 2 (of prices) ceiling; 3 (of wave) crest; 4 (of illness) crisis; 5 crown

mullagh e ching top of his head: veih boyn e choshey eer gys mullagh e ching Bible

pen (=Ir. pinn, binn) COMPARE beinn pen: cha jean-ym lesh ink as pen scrieu hood Bible; summit, top, crown, head

gear (n.) geear: He changed down gear at the top of the hill - Darree eh geear sheese ec mullagh y chronk. DF idiom; greie; cullee: Take your gear out of this - Gow yn cullee ayd magh ass shoh. DF idiom; greieghey

sceptre (n.) lorg: For the sceptre of the ungodly shall not abide upon the lot of the righteous - Son cha jig lorg ny mee-chrauee er cronney yn vooinjer chairal Bible; lorg niart; lorg reeoil: So Esther drew near, and touched the top of the sceptre - myr shen hayrn Esther er gerrey, as venn ee rish kione y lorgreeoil Bible; lorg reill: The sceptre shall not depart from Judah - Cha jean y lorg-reill failleil veih Judah Bible


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